TOY BOX – Resources for Creativity

Keeping younger people occupied

19 MAY 2014

Here is a technique for keeping children(5-12) occupied on car journeys or indeed any trip which involves you, them , and the need for quiet

A little relaxation….

12 MAY 2014

Name Email Lots of research has been done on the “flow” state, where we become so absorbed in what we do we lose ourselves in the activity. How about losing ourselves in relaxation? How peaceful would that be?    

Improv-Eyes – An analysis of the impact of using improvisation exercises with primary schools students for improved listening, concentration and creativity

15 APRIL 2014

ImprovEyes Paper

“Yes, But”….. oh no, there is a “but”..

13 APRIL 2014

Name Email Sometimes caution is a good thing, but sometimes caution is a bad thing. Have you every noticed how you tend to remember only what comes after the “but”? Is that always such a good thing? Here is what happens when you change “Yes, And” into “Yes, But”

Some Improv Games for working one on one with learners

02 MARCH 2014


Some Group Games for Classrooms(minimum 5 people)

02 MARCH 2014

Group Games

Being Authentic

10 OCTOBER 2013

Reigniting the Creative Spark

07 OCTOBER 2013

We are fast approaching the season of the home fire. Whether it’s a gas switch or the laying of kindling, a warm cosy fire represents winter and togetherness. Of course, the gas fire is easier to keep going, provided you have paid your bill. The man-made fire takes a little more work. This reminds me of the several years of more

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